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Tampa Bay Tarpon Fly Fishing Report - Lost Coast Anglers

Capt. Brian Jill
June 28, 2010
Tampa Bay - Saltwater Fishing Report

Tarpon fishing has been nothing short of spectacular so far this season and the fish keep rolling in. Every trip this month we have managed to hook at least one fish with an exceptional day jumping four. Fly fishing for Tarpon in the Tampa Bay area offers some of the most intense sight fishing around, with miles of bright sandy beaches and clear waters to target this prehistoric game fish.

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Starting at daybreak we usually head out in search of laid up fish floating just under the water surface almost motionless, once the sun gets high enough we hit the beaches looking for cruising packs of Tarpon. They are typically easy to spot by either rolling in the water surface or contrasted against a bright bottom cruising in the shallow water. Sometimes the Tarpon can been seen blasting through schools of bait and free jumping throughout the day. Definitely a sight to see!!!

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Book your next Tarpon fly fishing trip with Captain Brian Jill.
Lost Coast Anglers, LLC.
727-631-5578
www.lostcoastanglers.com

Target Species:

Tarpon, Snook, Redfish, Trout

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Specializing in shallow water fly fishing for Tarpon, Snook, Redfish, and more in the Tampa Bay Area and West Central Florida's gulf coast.

Contact Info:

Lost Coast Anglers
466 Magnolia Avenue
Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Phone: 727-631-5578
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